reinstitution

reinstitution

(ˌriːɪnstɪˈtjuːʃən)
n
the act or an instance of instituting, organizing, or establishing (something) again
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They took the central one away in 1852, on the occasion of thanksgivings for the reinstitution of the presidential power--but precious soon they had occasion to reconsider that motion and put it back again!
Those two issues age and aim are at the core of debates on the reinstitution of compulsory ROTC.
'The government of Somalia also expresses its concern with regards to the reinstitution of mandatory stopover in Wajir, ostensibly for purposes of conducting additional security checks on Somali passengers.'
One change Jones Austin is advocating on the federal level that can affect inmates throughout the state is the reinstitution of Pell Grants for people behind bars.
But as to the reinstitution of the death penalty, Diokno said he was strongly against it.
In a large-scale war--the type of conflict most likely to require reinstitution of a draft--America will need its best, brightest, strongest, fastest, most capable citizens to serve in positions throughout the military, from cyber warriors to fighter pilots to infantry to finance.
The logic behind the reinstitution of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) is too simple, too Dutertian, that it's not difficult to see why it's popular and widely accepted.
** In its report on completing the regular annual consultations with Macedonia, the IMF said the economic activity was recovering and trust was being restored as a result of the speeding up of reforms and the reinstitution of political stability.
In 2016, the interagency infrastructure committee approved the reinstitution of the TRIP to meet the government's investment targets for public infrastructure.
He directed reinstitution and expansion of quarterly OSD staff assessments to ensure that all programs were assessed periodically across all AT&L oversight functions.
"The creation of ministries and the reinstitution of others that were abolished a few months ago came to satisfy parties forming the government coalition far from the national interest and the real need to manage the affairs of power," the party said in a statement made public following the regular meeting of its bureau on Tuesday.